In the United Sates the domestic factors are the business. The domestic atmosphere helped the company to become an innovative company. This includes cost-added innovation, development, engineering and higher revenue (Li & He 2010). On the world stage, Apple is a renowned business that uses it to influence new consumer markets for its goods. This helps the company to draw new clients and markets worldwide (Khan, Alam, & Alam, 2015). With the government of the United States, the company is in bad blood as it exports its production to China, which is depriving America of taxes and jobs. The company has received much criticism from the public and the government.
Additionally, the company is one of the most technologically advanced organizations in the world. This is evident from the innovation that the organization had and the development of the team to have a solar plant to harvest power and sell the excess to the public. In the sociocultural environment Apple, have significant leverage and influence on popular culture (Li & He 2010). This is through the arresting design of the portable iPod making music a hobby. Consequently, the creation of iTunes has made access to music easier than before increasing the acceptance of the company products.
Is an environment causing limitations on another? If so, which conditions are involved and what are the limitations?
The globalization factor is causing limitations to the domestic factor. Going international means that the company will have to outsource for services and products outside the United States (Khan, Alam, & Alam, 2015). This translates to a loss of employment and taxes to the Americans and the government respectively.
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